Friday, April 14, 2017
Ottawa Observations: Friday, April 14, 2017
Our compilation of some of the stories of note from the day, reviewing the political developments from the Federal scene for Friday, April 14, 2017.
NAFTA at stake amid backroom battles at White House
Senate blocks Liberals' plan to repeal 'anti-union' law
Canada's history with missionaries forms modern Canada relations
Canada sanctions 27 top Syrian officials in effort to pressure Assad
Judge reserves ruling on Mark Norman publication ban
Consultants are helping the sick navigate Canada's health care system
Trudeau's courtship of pension plan CEOs on the rocks
Pot legalization bill provides many answers, but leaves some key issues in limbo
Canada announces sanctions on 27 top Syrian officials in effort to pressure Assad
How to legalize marijuana, without ever saying 'marijuana'
Inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women postpones Edmonton, Thunder Bay meetings
Maxime Bernier, Kevin O'Leary retain lead in Conservative leadership race
Inquiry into murdered and missing Indigenous women and girls hits roadblocks before it starts
A guaranteed basic income? Humbug!
Canadians are right to be concerned about border security
Don't just rubber stamp pot bill
Being nice gets Canada liked. But we won't be respected until we pull our weight
Five things to know about the Liberals' controversial battle to reform how Parliament works
Canada announces sanctions on 27 top Syrian officials in effort to pressure Assad to end violence
Senate calls for cross-party consensus on the Canadian military - is that even possible?
Canada is not set up to legalize all drugs. But it could be: experts
New impaired driving laws mean you could be asked for a breath sample without reason